Happening in Chicago now — June 1, 2018

Happening in Chicago now — June 1, 2018

Every weekday morning, catch up on the latest in Chicago news, sports and entertainment with “Happening in Chicago now.” Check out yesterday’s news here.

June 1, 2018

News

-BETRAYED: Chicago schools fail to protect students from sexual abuse and assault, leaving lasting damage [Chicago Tribune]

-Chicago cop’s girlfriend: He taunted me to shoot myself with his gun, so I did [Chicago Sun-Times]

-Girls, 11 and 13, Sexually Abused in Lincoln Park Home Invasions [NBC Chicago]

Sports

-Winning State of Mind – Cubs 5, Mets 1 [Cubs Den]

-Danny Farquhar describes his life-threatening brain hemorrhage: ‘I had a few doctors call me a miracle’ [Chicago Tribune]

-‘The main guy’: What will Jordan Howard become in the Bears’ new offense? [Chicago Sun-Times]

Entertainment

-Time-lapse video of Maximo at the Field Museum:

-16 new brunches to brighten your Chicago summer [RedEye]

On this day

-Century of Progress world’s fair opens in Chicago (June 1, 1933)

Yesterday on ChicagoNow

-Is Samantha Bee’s vulgarity equivalent to Roseanne Barr’s racism? [The Barbershop: Dennis Byrne, Proprietor]

-Ruth Johnson and Graceland Cemetery [The Ragged Stranger]

-What are three pieces of advice you would give to your 16 year old self? [ChicagoNow]

Lead image via Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune

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